America in the Eyes of the Germans: An Essay on Anti-Americanism

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Markus Wiener Publishers, 1996 - History - 169 pages
In this essay, German-Israeli historian Dan Diner argues that the European consciousness uses America as a metaphor for the dark sides of modernism. He finds an especially aggressive variant of this negative judgement in Germany, the roots of which he traces back to the Romantic period.

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